Hillary Pseudo Endorses McCain Over Obama

Sen. Hillary Clinton has been repeatedly saying that Senator McCain has the experience to be President of the United States and Sen. Obama just has a speech from 2002. Is it just me, or is saying that one of the opposition’s candidates is better than a candidate from your own party a definite no-no? Watch her say it herself:

Gary Hart over at Huffington Post commented on the faux-pas:

It will come as a surprise to many people that there are rules in politics. Most of those rules are unwritten and are based on common understandings, acceptable practices, and the best interest of the political party a candidate seeks to lead. One of those rules is this: Do not provide ammunition to the opposition party that can be used to destroy your party’s nominee. This is a hyper-truth where the presidential contest is concerned.

By saying that only she and John McCain are qualified to lead the country, particularly in times of crisis, Hillary Clinton has broken that rule, severely damaged the Democratic candidate who may well be the party’s nominee, and, perhaps most ominously, revealed the unlimited lengths to which she will go to achieve power. She has essentially said that the Democratic party deserves to lose unless it nominates her.

Not only that, but as I’ve said before, where did the “lifetime” and “35 years” of experience figures that Clinton claims come from? It doesn’t add up to me.

Breaking the Final Rule – [Huffington Post]


2 Responses

  1. I don’t see how Hillary can say she has more experience. If it is because she spent eight years in the White House, we need to consider that Monica Lewenski probably spent more time than Hillary in the Oval Office. Does that qualify Monica to be President?

  2. […] isn’t enough that Hillary is helping Republicans by claiming that John McCain has more experience than Obama, now some of her most influential donors are threatening to withhold donations to the Democratic […]

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